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An 'Archer' glass mascot, by Rene Lalique, French, introduced 3rd August 1926, moulded 'R Lalique' to lower edge, in clear glass featuring deep impressed moulded depiction of a kneeling archer, 12cm high, two minor internal bubbles to base.

An 'Archer' glass mascot, by Rene Lalique, French, introduced 3rd August 1926, moulded 'R Lalique' to lower edge, in clear glass featuring deep impressed moulded depiction of a kneeling archer, 12cm high, two minor internal bubbles to base.

R. LALIQUE CLEAR AND FROSTED ARCHER MASCOT AND STAND Circa 1926. Molded R. LALIQUE, FRANCE

Rene Lalique clear and frosted archer mascot and stand.

René LALIQUE VASE ARCHERS  BROWN PATINA 1921, More Informations...

René LALIQUE VASE ARCHERS BROWN PATINA 1921, More Informations...

Lalique 1921 'Female Figures' Vase, clear patinated glass: signed on edge of the base, R.LALIQUE

Lalique 1921 'Female Figures' Vase, clear patinated glass: signed on edge of the base, R.

R. LALIQUE__ (1860-1945), Glass Vase, "Courlis," deep green.

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René Lalique (French, 1860-1945) 'Donrémy' Vase, Design 1926.✖️More Pins Like This One At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest✖️

René Lalique (French, 'Donrémy' a Vase, design 1926

R. LALIQUE CASED BUTTERSCOTCH GLASS ARCHERS VASE. Circa 1921. Molded R. LALIQUE, Engraved France.

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R. LALIQUE AMETHYST TINTED GLASS HIRONDELLES MASCOT WITH ORIGINAL CHROME COLLAR Circa 1928

R. LALIQUE AMETHYST TINTED GLASS HIRONDELLES MASCOT WITH ORIGINAL CHROME COLLAR Circa 1928

A CASED LALIQUE CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS VASE: HOMAGE  Lalique, Wingen-sur-Moder, France, 1995  Engraved: Lalique, France

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Rene Lalique Art Deco ‘Courlis’ vase, deep green glass with whitish patina circa 1931

René LALIQUE Art Deco ‘Courlis’ vase, deep green glass with whitish patina, decorated w/ birds in flight, circa 1931 (hva)

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